Death is sure to happen. Yet, with proper planning, you can save your family a lot of hassle at a time when they have more than enough pain and grief to deal with.
Long before she finally succumbed to her illness, Mary recorded all her vital information in one place and told her daughters where it could be found.
She gave them names, contact information, account numbers, financial information, instructions for pets, messages for friends and next-of-kin. Everything she thought her heirs needed to know.
On the other hand, Steve always managed all the household money matters. And, he never had discussions about them with Linda.
No one but Steve knew where to find life insurance policies, deeds to real estate, or even who to talk to about the retirement accounts.
Steve never expected that his wife would some day have to take over. His lack of planning has made a tough job even tougher for Linda.
The End of Life Planning Workbook is valuable, helpful, and it covers everything your family will need to know upon your passing. Which makes it so much easier for your loved ones to settle your affairs.Includes:
Imagine the solace and peace of mind for your loved ones, knowing that you cared enough to record all your important information in one convenient book for them. Saving them from all sorts of grief and anguish.
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Like wills, people approach end of life planning with hesitation. These plans are seen as morbid or as bringing bad things into being.
Younger people feel that there is plenty of time; only "old people" need to plan ahead and declare their wishes.
However, many who need end of life plans are not those who are dying a slow and dignified death with plenty of time to set things in order.
Accidents and sudden illnesses create situations that render the victim incapacitated and unable to make decisions for himself, the very situation that requires this kind of plan.
The suddenness of the condition also leaves family members to deal with a large number of issues and emotions at once, besides the burden of having to make decisions for a loved one.
Having a plan in place keeps loved ones from the burden of thinking about those issues while they are in the midst of coping with their emotions and prevents them from ever wondering if they did the right thing and respected your unknown wishes.